Everyday geoengineering: five climate change innovations from Kim Stanley Robinson’s The Ministry for the Future

From the stabilisation of Antarctica’s sliding glaciers, the mass adoption of regenerative agriculture, to a new age of solar-powered sail and the return of the airship, Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest climate fiction previews the technologies we may — before too much longer — be using in the real world.

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Comandante Ferraz Antarctica Research Station | Estudio41

1. Solar engineering

2. Harnessing the power of the Sun

3. Stabilising sea levels

4. A new age of sail

5. The carbon coin: a new green currency

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